Talk:Musical Arts Conference

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Class Winners[edit]

I have some issues with the Class Five winners being listed. In BoA, there are no class divisions, and therefore it is easy to understand why there is an overall champion. However, in MAC, as well as in USSBA and many other circuits, class divisions exist and there is a champion for each class. If one class's champions are going to be listed, all should be. The section as it stands is misleading, because it makes it appear that these bands are the overall champions of the circuit, when this isn't the case. A smaller band can be just as technically proficient as a larger band, but it just won't get the points for effect that the larger band will, and will therefore receieve a lower score.

Based on my above reasonings, I think it would be best if the Class Five Winners Section was removed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Baidol Veris (talkcontribs)

I have added the winners for all the classes. Nationalparks 04:08, 3 November 2006 (UTC)